Balance and Change in Nonprofits and Education

In 2020, all kinds of social impact organizations had to adjust, and in some cases redefine, how they served their communities. In this panel conversation, I talked to professionals and alumni across nonprofits and education settings about what they do, and how their workplaces have changed. Vladimir Casseus ’16, School Psychologist at Boston Public Schools, Elizabeth Cook, Marketing Coordinator at Idealist, Tatiana Joyce ’15, Program Manager at Commonwealth Corporation, and Paul Riley, Regional Recruitment Manager at City Year, discuss their roles, shed light on necessary skills that students should be developing , how to find opportunities, and learning to find your work-life balance.

By Sheryl Rosenberg
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